Long Island City’s Murray Park is an under-the-radar gem in a neighborhood that has exploded with growth in recent years. A multimillion-dollar renovation by the city has infused the park with a new ball field and state-of-the-art playground equipment, and we’ve been keeping an eye on the park’s improvements while watching the ascent of One Murray Park, the first condominium located along the green space. We’ll have news about this exciting new LIC development next week, but for now, check out the One Murray Park Facebook page for more photos and updates.
Here’s a first look at One Murray Park at 11-25 45th Avenue, the first condominium on Long Island City’s Murray Park (also known as Murray Playground), and the first new condominium to hit the LIC market in more than a year. CORE’s Doron Zwickel will bring the 45-unit building — consisting of 10 studio, 25 one-bedroom and 10 two-bedroom apartments — to the market next month. Designed by SoHo-based architecture firm Fogarty Finger and built by a team consisting of veteran Long Island City developer Shuster Development & Management and TerraMax Development, One Murray Park will be an anchor on tree-lined 45th Avenue, offering residents a recently renovated park right at their doorstep. Construction is nearly complete, and closings are slated to take place in late summer. Studios will be priced from the low $300Ks, one-bedrooms from the mid-$400Ks, and two-bedrooms from the low $700Ks.